500gr shop bought wonton wrappers
1kg shop bought cooked Hokkien noodle
Enough cooked Bokcoy (either steamed or boiled) optional
Sesame oil for drizzling the soup
Chopped fresh chillies (optional)
Chopped spring onion (optionsl)
For the broth:
1 chicken frame
3cm piece ginger, peeled, cut in half
5 cloves of garlic, peeled
2 spring onion cut in half
1 tablespoon salt
1 tsp white pepper
To make chicken broth:
Bring the water to boil. Then add the chicken frames, ginger, garlic and salt and pepper as needed.
cook for half an hour.
Wonton Mix, (mix until well combined)
300gr minced prawn
200 gr minced pork (or 200gr minced chicken)
5 garlic finely chopped
2 tablespoons cornflour dissolved with 4 tablespoons of water
1 tablespoon sesame oil
½ cup finely chopped spring onion
Salt and pepper as needed
Wrap the wonton:
Put a teaspoon of the mixture onto the middle of the wonton wrapper, wet the edges, and fold the wrapper in half to form a triangle.
Press the edges gently together, wet on one tip, and fold the two tips together.
Note: If you want to make a wonton soup, do not cook the wonton directly in your soup.
Cook it in boiling water Cook the wontons for 3-4 minutes,
Remove it and add into your soup instead.
For fried wontons, Deep fry the wonton until brown and cooked.
Put the cooked hokkien noodle on a deep bowl, add the cooked wonton, cooked bokcoy and pour the hot chicken broth over. drizzle with sesame oil.